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DSI subsidiary wins $68m Dubai tower deal

Gulf Technical Construction Company wins contract for KPM Tower in the Marina.

Gulf Technical Construction Company, Drake & Scull International’s (DSI) civil contracting arm, said on Monday it had been awarded a AED250m ($68m) contract for a tower in Dubai.

The contract, awarded by Marina Exclusive, was for the design and build of KPM Tower in Dubai Marina, the firm said in a news release.

It covered the design and build of the residential tower, which is made up of five basement levels and a ground floor plus 38 floors.

Dubai-based DSI acquired GTCC in 2007 to complement its infrastructure, water and power service division.

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